Marine asks Ronda Rousey to Marine Corps Ball

Ronda Rousey is being called out again, but this time her challenger isn't looking for a fight.

A U.S. Marine, who goes by Jarrod Hash on Facebook, took to social media to ask out the MMA fighter. He asked Rousey to the Marine Corps Ball in a video that has since received more than 3 million views.

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The Marine who is based in North Carolina, who introduces himself in the video as Jarrod Haschert, explained that Rousey is his celebrity crush and that if she can make it, she will "truly be making my dream come true."

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The only catch is that the Ball is in December which potentially conflicts with Rousey's training schedule for her fight against Holly Holm in January.

No word from Rousey yet. Her rep did not immediately respond to FOX411's request for comment.

Hash isn't the first Marine to ask out a celebrity. In 2011, Sgt. Scott Moore, of the 3rd Battalion 2nd Marines in Musa Qala, Afghanistan, posted a video on YouTube asking Mila Kunus to accompany him to the Marine Corps Ball.

FOX411 helped Moore score his dream date when we spoke to her. “I’ll go," Kunis told FOX411 at the time. "I'll do it."